RT-202 CrewFinder

RHOTHETA Electronik GmbH

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RHOTHETA Elektronik GmbH is building on 20 years of experience in the design, development and production of high-quality direction finders for ATC, VTS and SAR applications. In the area of SAR tech...RHOTHETA Elektronik GmbH is building on 20 years of experience in the design, development and production of high-quality direction finders for ATC, VTS and SAR applications. In the area of SAR technology, the company specializes in equipment for professional SAR organizations active at sea and on land. More

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RT-202 CrewFinder

RT-202 CrewFinder MOB direction finder system monitors the international emergency frequency 121.500 MHz and triggers an alarm in the event a distress signal is received. At the same time, the direction of the transmitter is determined and indicated by a LED ring. The RT-202 direction finder system is a compact, robust SAR instrument intended for localization of crew members in the water or assistance of crew of neighboring vessels. For mobile rescue missions at sea or on land: With its compact antenna, this SAR direction finder is also suitable for installation on board of smaller vessels and rescue craft as well as for rescue missions on land.

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    Accessories / Components / Spare Parts
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    Flight Data / Flight Control Recorders
    Safety / Survival / Security Equipment
    Surveillance / Optical Systems

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